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Reviewed 30 March 2018 via mobile

We went there twice. First day was cold and gloomy, next day was warm and very clear. I enjoyed both. U can see a lot. We saw helicopters, and saw paratroopers. I brought telescopic camera to see even closer.

Thank NataliyaRBA
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Reviewed 5 March 2018

My wife and I visited Dandong mainly to see the bridge and its historical synificance. It was the site that the Chinese Army took to cross over to Korea in aid of the Korean Communist. The bridge was well sign-posted in Chinese. We could look over to the Korean side and even saw their fishing boats.
Dandong is also a good place to buy ginseng. They are cheap as the were dugged from the hills nearby We managed to buy them at a very reasonable price opposite the Hilton hotel.

Thank spuddy0
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Reviewed 10 February 2018

The Broken Bridge over the Yalu River in Dandong, China, has served as a war memorial and warning as well as a monument to peace for over half a century. Visitors can view the twisted steel damaged by American bombers in 1950. The bombs are no longer on display. From the far end, half way across the river, you can get a good look at North Korea, but they know a lot of pictures are taken here so they have put up false fronts for propaganda purposes. We were there the day the 2018 Olympics opened in South Korea, with signs of hope for peace but with war looming between the N.K. and the U.S.A. that would be a disaster for the region and the world.

Thank Martin A
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Reviewed 18 December 2017

It was a very early morning in December, coupled with near zero F temps made this a crowd-free visit. Cost is less than $5 and takes about 15-20 minutes to walk. On a warmer day, one may want to linger and take in the sights. Watch out for the typical souvenir sales people hawking their cheap junk. If you really must have something that they are selling, they don't speak English, be prepared to haggle...

Thank Donald F
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Reviewed 9 December 2017 via mobile

This is an awesome place to go to. It’s very nicely done for tourists with English written information to explain what you looking at. It’s also affordable.
I would recommend this if you in Dandong.
You can see into North Korea and understand the history and relationship between the 2 countries

Thank Tawnay
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